Disclaimer: I paid for this retreat in full out of my own pocket. I'm not sponsored to write this review. The opinions expressed here are purely my own and based on my experience. This year I’ve set myself with many goals, and a key one is to write more. However, and you’ll know this if... Continue Reading →
Excited to come back to Wales, I planned the trip like I usually do - with loads of room for surprises.
My May reads were a mix of magical realism and poignant autobiographical accounts with Max Porter and Maya Angelou.
Have you ever felt the call of the sea? As a child of the Mediterranean, my mood worsens the longer I’m away from the coast. It’s a funny feeling, almost like the sadness I and others get in the winter months when it’s been dark for days on end. My skin starts to itch and... Continue Reading →
The start of the spring brought me fiction and poetry - a welcome respite after March’s intense non-fiction. Although not exactly seasonal, both of these books have inspired me to write more (and better) and to get out of my literary comfort zone. Want to read what I’m reading? Follow me on Goodreads for live... Continue Reading →
Procesiones are one of the most beautiful traditions in Spain, although arguably one of the lesser known ones. This guide will help you make the most of it.
With every day that passes I’m more passionate about finding an environmentally sustainable way of travelling - and living. This means I try to reduce the amount of waste I produce, I try to cut down on plastics and I try to reduce my carbon footprint. So when I heard that Extinction Rebellion was taking... Continue Reading →